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opened his remarks with comments on the resignation of pope benedict xvi. here are some of his remarks. >> thank you, mr. speaker. mr. speaker, i'm sure the whole house will join me in sending our best wishes to pope benedict following his announcement today. he has worked tirelessly to strengthen britain's relations with the holy see and his visit to britain in 2010 is remembered with great respect and affection. posted benedicts message on the visit of working for the common good is something i spoke to her whole country and i'm sure his successor will continue to provide a voice of inspiration for millions around the world. >> there was also reaction to the pope's resignation in washington. house speaker john been released a statement saying -- >> americans were inspired by his visit to the united states in 2008, and by his quiet city leadership of the church in uncertain times. people of all nations have been blessed by the sacrifice to sow the seeds of hope, justice and compassion throughout the world in the name of our lord and savior. again, that from house speaker john boehner.
the benediction so that is what i intend to do. the chaplain is here and -- he reminds us all that the cliff notes in his testimony that a goal as is a goal. it's not just the cliff notes in the testimony that catholic protestant jewish muslim and almost every one of them you find the golden rule. that is something i use for just about everythineverythin g i do in the same mr. right thing for all of my colleagues. i would like to say as we go forward it's good to keep in mind picture we are treating our customers, post-office customers the way we want to be treated and make sure we are treating the employees of the postal service the way we want to be treated and try to make sure that we are treating the taxpayers of our country the way they would want to be treated. the postal service has used up its line of credit with the federal government. when talking about the role of government i'm a recovering attorney and heidi is a recovering governor but one of the things i say, senators don't create jobs. governors don't create jobs and presidents don't create jobs. what we do is create a nurturing en
that pope benedict xvi will be stepping down, and i'm reminded today of the words of a different pope, pope john 23rd from it, a long time ago he met george at the vatican. george was then heading of president kennedy's food for peace program, and pope john shook george mcgovern's hand. a look at him in the and he said to him, when you meet your maker, and he asks, did you feed the hungry, you can say, yes, i did. george mcgovern could say that 1000 times over. so could the millions men in women and children whose ranches and laboratories the our families, even when we don't always realize or acknowledge it. by continuing to pull ahead, developed agricultural policies and innovate in ways big and small, so we need can -- so indeed can all of us. thank you so much. [applause] >> so, we've had three great addresses this morning. joe giving us the outlook. secretary bill sykes challenging us -- secretary vilsack challenge us and risks we can manage. and senator daschle, just really giving us an overwhelmingly moving tribute and challenge to american agriculture, all of us in this room. a lot o
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